After Care Instructions
Proper care following
your procedure is required to achieve optimum results.
· The area may be swollen and tender for up
to 72 hours. Place ice in a bag
over a lightly moistened paper towel on the procedure
Darkness, thickness and unevenness of
shape right after the procedure is normal due to swelling.
·Do not touch the procedure site during
the healing process. Avoid makeup application directly onto
area, do not expose treated area to hot tubs, saunas, swimming, excessive sun,
facial cleansers, toners or lotions and no heavy exercising for 3-5 days.
·Dryness around the area will start within
3-5 days. When Flaking/scabbing begins,
you may rinse the area very gently with cool water OR apply a thin film of
ointment provided, 1-2x a day with a cotton swab or clean finger for 5-7 days
or until flaking/scabbing is done; less ointment is needed for oily skin.
(please follow your instructions directed from your technician)
·Tenderness, dryness and itching are
normal during the healing process.
If a scab appears, do not pick, peel or scratch.
·When flaking/scabbing is done, the color will appear very light; may also appear
slightly pinkish due to tenderness of tissue. – This is normal. Allow the
inside -dermal layer of the skin to heal and the color will slightly darken after 4 weeks.
unpredictable amount of color will be lost (approximately
between 20%-60% or even more)
In some cases due to scaring (from previous tattooing),
large pores, oily skin, certain skin types, or medication, color may not appear
It is unforeseen how much color your body will retain. You may need a
second, third or forth application to meet your expectations of darkness to your
the area for any oozing of lymph, blood and plasma secretion. Press area gently but firmly with
tissue to remove. If body fluids
remain on the area(s), a thick scab will develop and will inhibit color
pigment saturation. Blotting may
be discontinued when the secretion stops. Oozing may occur for 2-3 days.
*Swelling may peak the next
*Keep salt intake to a minimum.
*If mucus has formed, the lashes
may be stuck together, gently rinse area with water. Please be careful not to
get ointment in eyes. If lotion gets in eyes rinse with cool water.
*Be sure to keep your lips moisturized
at all times.
*DO NOT EAT any type of citrus fruits, oily,
hot, spicy, and sea foods.
*No kissing or stretching of the
mouth. Drink from a straw if possible for 5-7days or until healed.
Lip Procedure: Due to unknown Herpes Simplex I Virus
(cold sores on the outer edge of mouth), a breakout of lesions may occur around
area of application. I understand
that a breakout may occur and I accept the risks and complications that may be
Please call us if any of the following symptoms occur:
that moves outside of the procedural area
irritation of the tissue around the procedural area after 72 hours.
*Oozing of yellowish
secretion or sharp pain in the procedural area.
*Due to exposure to
environmental bacteria during the healing period, there is always a low risk of
infection to the procedural site.